The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 44
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-Sunday, May 30, '65 Dclln Dcmocrnt-Timcs First Methodist Kindergarten Holds Spring Sharing Program Tlic weekday kindergarten of jtlie First Methodist Church 'had a spring sharing program JThursday evening in the fellowship hall of Ihe church. Mrs. Charles Blanks, direc- .lor, introduced Mrs. George Causey, superintendent of elementary education. Mrs. Causey talked to lire parents about the pre-school program in the public schools ami snowed the ' ; workbooks the children would be using. Mrs. William Griffin presented her Kindergarten II class in a medley of songs and finger walkers, a lion tamer, lions, cle-.Jim Allen and Brcnda Ham- giants and seals performing, a mers; "George Washington" jalloon man with giant balloons and "There arc Many Flags," and clowns made of p;i|«r plates. Children in the group were Kim Aldridgc, Joe Black. Trac- oy Brown, Rocky Cothran, Chris Dowd, Johnny Galatas, Guy Lindsay, Ricky Marsh, Jenny I'arlin, Pam Sumrall. The Kindergarten I class, under Ihe direction of Mrs, Charles Aldridge and Mrs. Wai [er Lindsay, gave a program on "Songs of the Seasons." The group had decorated the stage with four trees depicting (he . plays. At the close of their pro- seasons nf the year. Hach child wore a costume which carried out the theme of his song. These included "Halloween Time," Lori Renfroc; "Aulumn Frolic' Janet Ruch and Mischa Harper; "Gobble, Gobble, Gobble' Harvey Davis; * * * "0 COME Little Children," gram they marched from the 'stage playing rhythm inslru- . mcnts. » * * TIIIS four-year-old group decorated the lower front of the stage using characters from llieir circus theme which they had just completed. These included a barker, tight rope R. F. Seniors Entertained ROLLING FORK -- The Rolling Fork senior dance, held from len to two, at the Rolling Fork Community House Friday night was attended by young people from over the South Dcl- j. A colonial garden party was Ihe theme, with a colonial mansion back drop covering one wall. Plants and magnolia trees were used in tlic garden in front of the stone fence and stars winkled from (lie ceiling. Post lanterns illuminated the garden for dancing. The Kniglils of Le- iand played for dancing during the evening. The refreshment table Eddie Rennick; "Pretty Lillle Valentine" and "Valentine," ilissy Dillard; "Little Bunny,' Anne Williams and Debbie Fior- Tnelli, "Flower Song," Melissa fhomas and Cindy Sewcll; 'The Farmer," Jim Colhran; Tunny Clown," Dwane Newman; "All By Myself" and 'Farewell Song," by all Ihe chiklren. Color slides and movies whicl had been taken of the children': activities throughout the year were shown. Dr. N. J. Golding dismissed the group with prayer. Refresh nents were served from two lea tables which carried out thi circus theme. Mrs. N. E. Wingate made the centerpieces us ing miniature trees placed on mirrors. Mrs. Alfred Lane assisted in serving. VFW Ladies Auxiliary Installs New Officers The Ladies Auxiliary to the I make a contribution to the Sa Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No. 'MBS, held an installation dinner Tuesday evening at Ihe Town House Restaurant. Outgoing president, Mrs. William Lindsay, installed the following officers: Mrs. Johnny T. Watson, president; Mrs. Charles Ventura, senior vice president; Mrs. Doyce Williams, chaplain; Mrs. W. A. Tanksley, guard; Mrs. Claude Richard, vation Army for their playground project. treasurer; Mrs. tura, secretary. Herman Ven- covered In dark green centered with arrangements of magnolias. A swimming party was held at the Rolling Fork swimming pool following Ihe dance. FOLLOWING Ihe installation, a regular business meeting was held. The club's project, Ihe beautificntion of the roadside park on Highway XI W., was discussed by the committee. Mrs. Claude Richard is project chairman. Members voted to 7929 Class Reunion Held At Indianola Country Club INDIANOLA-The 1939 gradu- ting class of the Indianola igh School held its 36lh class eunion with a dinner meeting t the Indianola Country Club. David Quinn, master of ceremonies, welcomed the guests nd introduced the members of he class and former teachers. Following the dinner an elec- Holiday Inn Lunch Scene The Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Brasington of Leland, cnter- aincd the Presbyterian Delta ministers and their wives at a uncheon at the Holiday Restau rant. Preceding the luncheon Ihe lion of officers was held and Mrs. George Pickcns was elected president, a place she had held during the four high school years; David Quinn was electee 1 vice president; and Mrs. Floyd Weeks, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Pickens presented amus ng gifts to Miss Agnes Carroll, Miss Mary Tom Pearson and David Quinn for their Jong serv ice in their chosen professions. Members and their guests at lending were David Quinn ant Mrs. Elizabeth Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Lovelace, Mr. and Mrs. George Pickens, Miss Ag nes Carroll, Miss Mary Tom Pearson, Mrs. Floyd Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tindall, of Greenville and Mr. and Mrs James Corder. Golden poppies and ivy were Gcorge Trll | y a i| O f Green- used in the table decorations, ami gift corsages of golden pop- pics were presented to (he incoming president and the installing officer. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Lindsey was presented a past president's pin by the incoming president, Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Charles Ventura gave tlie closing prayer. visitors assembled at the Bras- Teachers present were Mrs ngton home for an informal coffee. Table decorations were slue and the appointmenls were while. 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